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RARE Metal Hudson

MADSEN M1950

9mm SMG

 
             
                         
             
                         
             
                         
             
 

VERY RARE:  All Metal Hudson :  MADSEN M1950 9mm

RARE ALL METAL Hudson Madsen M1950 9mm shell ejecting blowback replica.

Made June 1981 and In very good condition for year.  Internally also in very goof condition, appears unfired !

The folding stock support hinges can be a weak point on these so this one has been upgraded and replaced with new lifelong aluminium hinges

Includes: Original box, 5x 9mm blowback cartridges,  carry sling

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing including double safety mechanism
     Caliber:  9mm    5x 9mm reusable blowback cartridges included
     Weight:   3.2Kg  (unloaded)  Exactly same as the real thing!

      Construction:   All metal.

     Magazine capacity:  32

      Fires from an open bolt (like the real thing)

      Fold open receiver / like the real thing

     Folding Metal Stock

      Double Safety mechanism like the real thing

      Vents from chamber

     Power:  7mm PFC cap Blowback
     Firing Mode:  Full automatic

 Any questions please ask away  :  sales@mg-props.co.uk

PFC Primer caps:   9.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)  These are what makes the bang, smoke and creates the blowback to eject the shell

Extra reusable 9mm blowback cartridges:    2.20 each    

9mm Real Look `Dummy` Bullets:    2.75 each  

Brief info on the Madsen M1950

This SMG featured unusual charging handle, a bracket-shaped slider above the receiver. But the most unusual feature was field stripping procedure. The receiver was made from two halves, left and right, hinged at the rear, and held together at the front by the screw-on barrel nut. To disassemble the gun, one must unscrew the barrel nut, and then open the left side of the receiver/housing. Barrel, bolt, return spring and trigger unit will remain in the right "half" of the gun, easily accessible. This layout was and still very unusual for a submachine gun. 

Other design features of the Madsen M1950 include a folding stock with leather cover and the inclusion of a grip safety over the magazine release on the of the magazine well and a left-side sling. Because of an unusual safety lever located next to the magazine housing, the gun cannot be fired one-handed.

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